Yankee Hat, Monday a.m.

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Subject: Yankee Hat, Monday a.m.
From: Kevin Windle <>
Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2017 05:31:55 +0000

Birds seen on the track to Yankee Hat yesterday included a pair of Swamp harriers patrolling the reedbeds, and 3 species of woodswallow: Dusky, White-browed and Masked. The last two were difficult to count as they seemed to be in scattered and mobile groups, but at several points there were 3-5 of each in view, often perched at low level. The duskies were a single compact group of four.


Also Fantail cuckoos (2), Flame robins (3), Yellow robin (1), numerous Fuscous honeyeaters (seen and heard), 20+ Tree martins, and a Wedgie feeding on a wallaby carcass by the road.






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